Runners wait at line to start race

Small increases in running shoe weight tied to slower race times

Oct. 28, 2016

Researchers designed a clever treadmill-based study to demonstrate that running times slow as running shoes increase in weight, even if only by a few ounces.​ (Audio interview available.)

MinXSS family

The success and the science of the student-built MinXSS Solar CubeSat

Oct. 28, 2016

On Nov. 2, LASP research scientist and recent CU Boulder Aerospace Engineering Sciences PhD graduate James Mason will speak on the early results from LASP's latest CubeSat project, MinXSS, which focuses on the energetic processes that occur in the sun's atmosphere.

Twelfth Night, directed by visiting director Lisa Wolpe

CU Theatre to present all-female ‘Twelfth Night’

Oct. 27, 2016

CU Boulder’s 2016-17 theatre season continues with a highly anticipated all-female production of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” Directed by renowned Los Angeles actor, director, teacher and producer Lisa Wolpe, the production runs Nov. 4 through Nov. 13 in the University Theatre.

Wolf Law Building

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces to hear arguments at CU Law

Oct. 27, 2016

The United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces will hear arguments from counsel in the case United States v. Bowen, a domestic-violence assault case, at the University of Colorado Law School on Tuesday, Nov. 1.

Octobre is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

CU policies prohibit intimate partner abuse

Oct. 27, 2016

With October being Domestic Violence Awareness month, CU wants to remind the community of the policies in place that prohibit intimate partner abuse (including dating and domestic violence).

a portrait of Loren Hough

Unlocking the secrets of a cellular shapeshifter

Oct. 27, 2016

Assistant Professor of Physics Loren Hough has earned a $1.8 million award from the National Institute of General Medical Science to study tubulin, a shape-shifting cellular protein that is quietly essential to many life processes.

A night game at Folsom Field

Nov. 3 night game will bring national spotlight, parking and traffic impacts

Oct. 26, 2016

On Thursday, Nov. 3, your No. 23 Colorado Buffaloes will be in the national spotlight as they host Pac-12 opponents UCLA on Fox Sports 1. While minimal disruptions outside of those usually associated with gameday activities are anticipated, members of the campus community should review their main campus plans for the day and be prepared.

Participants at the 2015 Diversity & Inclusion Summit sit around a table

Fall 2016 Diversity and Inclusion Summit begins Nov. 8

Oct. 26, 2016

This year, the summit sessions will advance applicable skills for more productive interactions across our human differences, under the theme "Building the Road Map: I Am Because We Are." Visit the website now to pick out the sessions you want to attend at the summit, Nov. 8 and 9.

Students sit in a class in the Leeds School of Business

Advance your education through the Evening MBA Scholarship for Employees

Oct. 26, 2016

The Leeds School of Business is accepting applications for a scholarship program aimed at supporting CU Boulder employees, allowing them to earn an MBA from the Leeds Evening MBA program.

Seismic measurement equipment set up on a wall in Turkey

Turkey's westward drift may provide clues to future earthquakes

Oct. 25, 2016

A new CIRES study shows how incremental activity along Turkey's North Anatolia fault may provide insight into future seismic events.